Optimize your startup’s growth with Notion’s integrated tools

Eliminate the need for multiple tools. Our workspace connects everything you need to scale your startup.

How a collaborative and connected workspace can help you scale

As you move through the stages of startup development, Notion’s workspace can streamline your workflows to reduce management overhead and help you hit your growth targets. Focus more on fundraising and less on shifting between platforms for each task -- move your work into a Notion hub.

Optimize your startup’s growth with Notion’s integrated tools

Grounding your startup in Notion allows you to:

  • Create a single source of truth to avoid employees scrambling for information

  • Define and monitor employee onboarding processes and progress to avoid wasting HR resources

  • Collaborate inside documents and team workspaces to streamline communication

Optimize your startup’s growth with Notion’s integrated tools

How to create a connected workspace in Notion

  1. Create a Notion account.

  2. Add important pages to your workspace, like a team wiki, onboarding checklists, and an issue-tracking hub.

  3. Invite team members and stakeholders to view or edit.

Save time by accessing all the tools you need in one spot

Whether you’re creating issue tickets or onboarding new hires, we have all the tools you need in the same ecosystem.


What’s a good growth rate for a startup?

A good growth rate depends on your industry, target market, and business model. An early-stage startup raising its series A may have more explosive growth than a startup at a later growth stage.

But a common benchmark is about 75.6% annually. A high-growth startup might even achieve a growth of 120% annually.

How is startup growth measured?

Measure startup growth by tracking key metrics like:

  • Revenue and profitability

  • New customers (conversion rate)

  • Customer retention

  • Valuation

  • Burn rate

What’s a startup KPI?

KPI stands for Key Performance Indicator, a quantifiable metric that measures how effectively a company is achieving its key objectives and goals. KPI examples for startups might include profit margin, number of active users, and lifetime user value.